Chekiyot Kizhakkeveettil Vineeth showcased his skills as a football player in the country's primary football competition I-League and also represented India in international football.
During his youth days, he was coached in football. He played representing his state in Chennai Customs and also played for the Kerala State Electricity Board. His performances with these made him noticed by competitors of Hero I-League.
C. K. Vineeth was a part of Chirag United Kerala as Kerela is his birthplace. This competition turned around in his favour as he scored a goal professionally and made his debut. This was the first match of his full-time career.
After two years in Chirag United Kerela, Kolkata team United Sports Club signed him. He played brilliantly and secured Seven goals in the series and was one of the main reasons United Sports Club won two matches against Mumbai team, Air India.
He then played for Bengaluru FC and Kerala Blasters FC. Few matches were simultaneous. By the end of the series and his contract with the teams, he became the highest goal scorer in India.
While playing for the Kolkata team United Sports Club, he played his first international game against Palestine. He was a substitute for another player.
He currently plays for Bengaluru FC. His position in the team is a striker or a winger.